Trespassers beware: here be spoilers.
“Right you lot! AtteEEENSHUN!”
Doctor, Doctor: no jokes, you were brilliant this time around – 4th dimensional co-ordinates, museums keeping score, you taught your wife [your wife(?!)] Gallifreyan in the possible future, you can kick a gravity ball like the gangly-set-destroying [I really wondered if Alex Kingston’s reaction to the tape Matt Smith ripped from the top of the scene was the actor’s or the characters] alien-bodied thing you are, on top of all that – you just explained away 50 years of Doctor who sound-effect history by letting on that you like leaving the brakes on and the stabilisers off as you land because otherwise ‘it’s boring’.
Pond – my God, you really do get better with each episode, don’t you? It seems to me like Moffat should be the only person to write your lines. Your connection with the Doctor grows fonder and more and more like a 20-something would act around that kind of chaos rather than RTD’s previous stereotypes. Apart from the end, Gatiss failed quite badly last wee [sic] to give you anything good to say that seemed entirely in character and yet, Moffat figured out that Amy would know to at least try to wink one eye after the other in order not to blink as a throwaway aside. Well done for not crying or overplaying your possible departure and it’s oh so good to hear that, unlike previous companion iterations, you’re ‘not that clingy’.
You’re a smart one who didn’t need a mini skirt(!) this episode.
Song – excellent form, great to have you back with us: you are beautiful, sexy, smart and possibly a little bit evil…just makes you all the more sexy [or maybe that’s just my opinions on Alex Kingston]. What is she hiding? What are the church’s real plans?
Is Corporal Moffat purposefully going all out left-wing against things like totalitariansim, religion, tv [weirdly but the angel coming out of the TV was brilliant], time itself [clocks], statues, fear itself, cracks in walls [those damned right-wing cracks in walls – yes I’m getting off point but bear with me] and almost anyone in a mask or anyone in an army uniform?
He’s comparing the military to the church and vice versa – people will begin to say, “That Steven Moffat, the man’s a BLOODY SCOTTISH ANARCHIST(!) and some [possibly brilliant possibly ignorant] lucky fool let him into the BBC’s flagship show.”
… at least … I know I am.
Moffat – You are a brilliant man. Well played sir, well played: a thoroughly enjoyable game that saw highs and lows, goals upon goals of excitement, intrigue, scares and a little building of the relationship between Song and The Doctor which seemed to me to make The Doctor warm to the idea [even after having his grumpy face on] of having a future wife – ok, well, at least he admitted to her being his possible wife.
You make me want to lose a week to forgetting just so I can know. See my notes from my chat with Song for further clarification.
My word this one was timey-wimey-wibbly-wobbly.
Here are my notes to all three of you: “12000 years later” that passes in a split-second? Brilliant. A Maze of The Dead? Brilliant. You – all of you and your relationships – [as the good Doctor has, would and will repeatedly say] Brilliant.